Repayment Agreements

Repayment agreements (also referred to as clawbacks) have had a long standing presence in mobility programs. The general premise of a repayment agreement is if an employee should leave their employer within a specific period of time following an employer paid relocation, the employee would be obligated to repay some or all of the relocation expenses incurred by the company.

The results of Aires’ most recent pulse survey are explained in this report in full detail to provide the most up to date look at how employers are using repayment agreements.

Below is a sneak peek of the Survey.

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